Dalton State Golf Fifth At Chic-Fil-A Classic

Tuesday, October 01, 2013

After day one of the 36-hole Chic-Fil-A Classic, Dalton State’s golf team is in fifth place with a five over par 293 at Coosa Country Club.

The Oglethorpe B-Team is out front with a three under par 285. St. Andrews Presbyterian is in second with an even par 288.. Spring Hill College and Marian (Indiana) are tied for third at one over par. 

 Individually, Keaton Strange of William Carey fired a six under par 66. Doc Schultz of Shenandoah is only one stroke back. 

Dalton State golfer Chase Jones finished Monday’s round at one under par, 71.  That put Jones in a five-way tie for 8th

Tyler Mitchell shot a 73, Levi Nix a 74, and Anthony D’Angelo and Tommy Rimel each tallied a 75.

The Roadrunner's will play Tuesday at Stoneridge Golf Course.


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